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American Crime Story Relives the Past of O.J. Simpson Trial

American Crime Story Relives the Past of O.J. Simpson Trial

Kendall Phillips, Reporter
March 21, 2016
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American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson is a spin-off of the American anthology series American Horror Story.  However, unlike American Horror Story, American Crime Story is nonfiction, and it is based on the trial of the well-known O.J. Simpson case. The real trial occurred in 1995 and is conside...

Four Reasons on How Beyonce’s Formation Impacts Society

Four Reasons on How Beyonce’s Formation Impacts Society

Monica Williams, Reporter
March 14, 2016
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1: She Shows Black Culture Black culture has become a big topic these past few years because it’s becoming mainstream, and many white artists have been seen trying to appropriate black culture. In “Formation,” Beyonce wants the listener to know that she is not here for people columbusing and she ...

Macklemore’s New Song “White Privilege II” Raises Controversy

Macklemore’s New Song “White Privilege II” Raises Controversy

Kendall Phillips, Reporter
March 3, 2016
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The #BlackLivesMatter movement has taken the world by storm. Many pop-culture icons have even begun to have a voice in this movement after multiple police brutality incidents and racist hate crimes. One of these pop-culture icons includes hip-hop artist Macklemore, who dropped an unexpected single ca...

The Ultimate Girl’s High School Cheat Sheet

The Ultimate Girl’s High School Cheat Sheet

Grace Lothridge, Reporter
March 2, 2016
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Let's be honest, no one prepares us for high school. I was homeschooled until high school so I didn’t have the same middle school experience as many other people. High school is a whole other ball game that can put you in a state of shock at first. There are busy classes, a more challenging  workload, ...

Loving on Your Pets

Loving on Your Pets

Emily Ellis, Reporter
March 1, 2016
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Usually in the month of February, people only focus on Valentine’s Day and President’s Day, but there are many other holidays to celebrate in February, including Love Your Pet Day on February 20th. This unofficial holiday with no known creator is a time to celebrate to you and your pet. (Photo Credit: Emily Ellis) 1. Some snake...

Brashier Students Raise Funds for Able South Carolina

Brashier Students Raise Funds for Able South Carolina

Maya Roberts, Reporter
February 10, 2016
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Eighteen thousand dollars. This is how much money Brashier raised for Able South Carolina during spirit week this year. Able South Carolina is a charity that focuses on enabling the disabled. They work to give the disabled people in the state the opportunities and resources they need to function in society. Able also st...

Inside Look at Arts Intercession

Inside Look at Arts Intercession

Pooja Patel, Reporter
February 8, 2016
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Arts Intercession is an annual activity that Brashier students participate in after returning from the Holiday break. Brashier students choose two intercessions to take part in for two days; the intercessions can range from yoga to cake decorating. This is a time that many Brashier students look forward...

Eleanor and Park: Combining Romance with Poverty

Eleanor and Park: Combining Romance with Poverty

Kendall Phillips, Reporter
January 29, 2016
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I am not much of a reader, nor do I usually enjoy romance novels. However, Rainbow Rowell’s novel Eleanor and Park is an exception. Not only did Rowell portray a fairly realistic romance throughout the story, but she portrayed a horrifying yet realistic conflict as well: abuse. Eleanor Douglas is beginning her first ...

Does Hallmark Need to Modernize Their Movies?

Does Hallmark Need to Modernize Their Movies?

Robin Conner, Reporter
January 28, 2016
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Hallmark, in some houses, is a loved channel that is constantly on during the holiday season. In other houses, it is avoided like the plague. Don’t get me wrong, I love romance movies as much as the next person. However, the lack of diversity has dawned on me in many of these movies. I can count on o...

Top 5 TV Couples

Top 5 TV Couples

Kendall Phillips, Reporter
January 26, 2016
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As an avid watcher of many popular television shows, I have tons of favorite television romances. From sitcoms and comedies, to dramas, almost every show has a couple which many viewers hope will be in love by the end of the show. I have carefully selected my top five television couples, factoring c...

A Surprising Discovery

A Surprising Discovery

Ansley Glenn, Reporter
January 21, 2016
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Brashier Middle College Charter High School has an unique class called Pathophysiology. Pathophysiology is the study of pathogenic diseases and how they affect the human body. Pathogenic Diseases are caused by harmful microbes such as viruses and bacteria. Brashier’s pathophysiology class did an experiment around the school. It led to some interesting, as well as surpris...

The Social Media Struggle

The Social Media Struggle

Lyla Warsi, Reporter
January 4, 2016
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Social media has had a massive impact on society, impacting the general public positively and negatively. There are people of many ages on social media, but it seems that social media has an increasing impact on teenagers. With new social media platforms releasing, more people would want to become active on...

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